Was Brad Keselowski’s win good enough for him to barrel from outside the Power Rankings at the start of the month to our top spot?
In keeping with the 2011 season, one statistical oddity is emerging. So far this year, the driver who led the most laps did not win the race.
Bristol, for all its grooves has fallen victim to the same racing curses that have befallen nearly every intermediate oval; tires that don’t wear.
Where is the old Bristol, Bruton, and what the hell can you do to bring it back before people stop coming?
Tony Stewart has dodged more bullets than Superman but the way things are going, the next one might snuff out his chances at the Chase.
While pit strategy didn’t dictate the outcome of Saturday’s Irwin Tools Night Race at Bristol, being the first off pit road was still crucial.
There are two sides to every story, and this week’s “huh?” actually goes to both sides of the same issue: pit-road timing.
There are races that might have a little more prestige, but this is the coolest damn one of them all. We won it!” – Brad Keselowski, race winner
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Brad Keselowski technically has not locked up a spot in the Chase after winning his third race of 2011, but it is really just a formality.
Danica Patrick is good for NASCAR. What’s not good for anyone is Danicamania.
With four races remaining, is Brad Keselowski a lock for one of the two wildcard spots?
Read this week’s Power Rankings to see if your favorite driver moved up after a good tire call at the end or if they slid down after their engine let them down.